Throughout his career, Corrigan has established a look that is layered and detailed, while always suitable for the way people live today. His distinctive approach encompasses practicality as well as beauty, merging European refinement with California comfort. Here, Corrigan shares homes in which he has defined a new contemporary elegance, including a John Fowler-inspired London townhouse, a Hollywood Regency-inspired Los Angeles Colonial, an art-filled Chicago apartment in the sky, and Corrigan’s own Paris pied-a-terre.
Corrigan includes advice throughout on how to adapt classic design principles and traditional forms to make them work for busy modern lives. Between each chapter are instructive interludes in which Corrigan outlines the building blocks of successful decoration, with fundamental topics such as scale and proportion, symmetry, architectural details, and working with colour.
|Dimensions||229 × 305 mm|
Timothy Corrigan has been named to virtually every list of the world's best designers and is the only American designer honoured by the French Heritage Society for his restoration of several national landmarks in France. The work of his firm has been featured in over 1,000 prestigious publications. In addition, Corrigan has designed successful licensed collections with several partners, including Schumacher, Perennials, Fromental, Royal Limoges, THG Paris, and Samuel & Sons. He is the author of An Invitation to Chateau du Grand-Luce.
Michael Boodro has written for numerous magazines and has worked as an editor at Vogue and Martha Stewart Living. Most recently, he was editor in chief of Elle Decor for seven years.